 Maths - Year 10 Week commencing Set Topic Monday 4th January Sets 1 and 2 Reflecting in a given horizontal or vertical line - Part 1 Reflecting in a given horizontal or vertical line - Part 2 Reflecting in a given diagonal line - Part 1 Reflecting in a given diagonal line - Part 2 Rotate an object around a given point Rotate an object around a given coordinate Sets 3 and 4 Translation Reflection in a given horizontal line - Part 1 Reflection in a given horizontal line - Part 2 Set 5 Linear and non-linear graphs Gradient - Part 1 Gradient - Part 2 Set 6 Add fractions Subtract fractions Monday 11th January Sets 1 and 2 Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor from a given coordinate Enlargement with a negative scale factor Describe an enlargement with a negative scale factor Translate and describe an object given a horizontal or vertical instruction Translate and describe a 2D vector Represent a column vector as a diagram and using notation Write a column vector from a diagram Construct triangles Sets 3 and 4 Reflection in a given diagonal line - Part 1 Reflection in a given diagonal line - Part 2 Combining translations and reflections Rotate an object around a given point Rotate an object around a given coordinate Set 5 Comparing gradients y = mx + c Equations of lines Equivalent lines Set 6 Fractions problem solving Multiplying a fraction by a fraction Multiplying a fraction by an integer Dividing a fraction by a fraction Dividing a fraction by an integer Monday 18th January Sets 1 and 2 Construct a perpendicular bisector Construct a perpendicular bisector from a point to a line Construct an angle bisector Sets 3 and 4 Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor from a given coordinate Set 5 Translation Set 6 Solve one-step equations Monday 25th January Sets 1 and 2 Solve a quadratic equation by factorising Factorise a quadratic (difference of two squares) Solve where 𝒚 = and 𝒚 = (setting the equations equal to one another) Solve where 𝒙² + 𝒚² = 𝒓 and 𝒙 + 𝒚 = 𝟑 (substituting) Sets 3 and 4 Describing enlargements Mixed transformations Set 5 Reflection in a given horizontal line - Part 1 Reflection in a given horizontal line - Part 2 Reflection in a given diagonal line - Part 1 Reflection in a given diagonal line - Part 2 Set 6 Solve two-step equations Solve equations with brackets Monday 1st February Sets 1 and 2 Solving inequalities Solving inequalities with an unknown on both sides Sets 3 and 4 Equivalent ratios Dividing in to ratio - Part 1 Set 5 Combining reflections and translations Rotate an object around a given point Rotate an object around a given coordinate Set 6 Solve equations with an unknown on both sides Solve equations that improve simplification Monday 8th February Sets 1 and 2 Sets 3 and 4 Dividing in to a ratio - Part 2 Set 5 Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor Enlarge an object with a positive scale factor from a given coordinate Enlargements and area Mixed transformations Set 6 Nth term Generating terms Number lines and equalities --------------------------------------------------- Half Term ------------------------------------------------ Monday 22nd February Sets 1 and 2 Language of probability Equally likely events Sets 3 and 4 Representing ratio Ratio problems Set 5 Equivalent ratios Dividing in to a ratio - Part 1 Set 6 Solve one and two-step inequalities Angles in parallel lines with one transversal Angles in parallel lines with two transversals Monday 1st March Sets 1 and 2 Probability of an event not occurring Sample space diagrams Sets 3 and 4 Direct proportion Inverse proportion Set 5 Dividing in to a ratio - Part 2 Direct proportion Set 6 Exterior angles - Find missing exterior angles Exterior angles - Sole problems involving exterior angles Interior angles and polygons - Finding the sum of the interior angles in a polygon Interior angles and polygons - Find the number of sides when given the sum of interior angles Monday 8th March Sets 1 and 2 Venn diagrams Sets 3 and 4 Direct or inverse proportion? Set 5 Inverse proportion Set 6 Mean from a frequency table Monday 15th March Sets 1 and 2 Tree diagrams for dependent events Sets 3 and 4 Pythagoras' theorem Set 5 Pythagoras' theorem Set 6 Mean from grouped data Monday 22nd March Sets 1 and 2 Tree diagrams for independent events Sets 3 and 4 Pythagorean triple Set 5 Pythagorean triple Set 6 Median, mode and range --------------------------------------------------- Easter Holidays ------------------------------------------------

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